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Specialize in applied mathematics with an undergraduate degree, and then receive a master of arts in teaching to prepare to work in a variety of classroom and learning environments after graduation.

By combining your bachelor's degree in applied mathematics with an MAT in Mathematics Education, you can increase your marketability and opportunities among future employers. Graduates from UGA's mathematics education program are highly sought after by Georgia school districts.

Highlights

  • STEM-focused majors are in high demand among employers
  • Enter the teaching workforce at a T-5 certification level (master's-level salary)
  • A constant need for mathematics teachers means graduates enjoy a high rate of job placement
  • Complete both degrees in 5 years

Curriculum

Through this program of study, you will typically finish your core classes by the third year. During the third and fourth years, as you begin taking graduate courses, you will complete the requirements for the bachelor's degree and begin taking education courses. You will complete your student teaching/internship during the fall semester of your fifth year and complete your coursework in the spring.

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Admissions

All undergraduate students are eligible to apply for a Double Dawgs program. Degree pathways are structured so that undergraduates first move through their core and major courses in approximately three years. Because undergraduates may share up to 12 graduate-level courses with their undergraduate program of study, the master's degree coursework begins when students are still undergraduates.

After successful completion of bachelor's degree coursework and completion of requirements for the UGA Graduate School, Double Dawgs participants become master's students.

If you are admitted to the Double Dawgs pathway that leads to a master of arts in teaching, you will need to obtain a preservice certificate. More information about how to apply will be provided after admission.

See Program Admissions information on the BSEd in Mathematics Education for details about minimum criteria and how to apply to the mathematics education program.

Visit the Double Dawgs website for more information.

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Meet Your Advisor

Meet Your Advisor

A close working relationship with your advisor is key as you progress through your program of study. Please note that most graduate students at UGA are not assigned to a faculty advisor until after admittance.

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Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition and Financial Aid

Almost all in-state students begin their studies at UGA paying limited tuition or fees. Please note that these amounts are subject to change and are meant to give prospective students an idea of the costs associated with a degree at the University of Georgia College of Education.

Students may qualify for a variety of assistantships, scholarships, and other financial awards to help offset the cost of tuition, housing, and other expenses.

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Student Life

Student Life

Our students have a range of opportunities available outside the classroom as well, from professional organizations, experiential learning, clubs and other non-academic experiences.

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Faculty and Staff

AnnaMarie Conner

  • Professor
  • On-Site Instructor

Kevin C. Moore

  • Professor

Megan Wongkamalasai

  • Assistant Professor